Carlos Jalali

Full researcher
Public Policy, Institutions and Innovation Research Group
University of Aveiro - Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences
ORCID
Biography
Carlos Jalali earned his doctorate in political science from the University of Oxford, having previously received an M.Sc. (with distinction) in Development Economics (University of London) and a First Class Honours BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (University of Oxford).

He is a tenured Assistant Professor in the University of Aveiro, at the Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences, where he coordinates the UA-UBI PhD Programme in Political Science and the Masters in Political Science. He also presents extensive international experience, most recently as a Visiting Professor at Brown University (US), and previously at the University of Oxford; the University of Cape Verde; and the Federal University of Sergipe in Brazil.

He is the coordinator of the PI2 [Public Policy Institutions Innovation] group of the GOVCOPP research unit, assessed as Excellent by the Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation (FCT). He is a leading researcher on Portuguese politics in comparative perspective, with over fifty scholarly publications (books, scientific journal articles and book chapters) on topics such as the Portuguese party system; political institutions; the executive; political parties; electoral behaviour; party campaigns; media coverage of politics; local elections; and governance. He has also participated in a number of international and national competitively-funded research projects, and is currently the coordinator of the competitively funded “Changing European Elections” research project.

Since 2016, he is President of the Portuguese Political Science Association (APCP, Associação Portuguesa de Ciência Política).
última atualização a 27-01-2017
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